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International Journal of Learning Management Systems
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Entrepreneurship versus E-learning: Empirical Evidence from Tunisia

PP: 1-12
Author(s)
Raouf JAZIRI, Issam BEN HASSEN,
Abstract
Open and distance learning is a new research field for the involvement of trainees and the development of their entrepreneurial action. In fact, E-Learning strengthens knowledge transfer and enables support to future entrepreneurs. The purpose of this article is to elucidate the relationship between entrepreneurship and e-learning through the identification of entrepreneursí needs in order to improve the functionalities of the e-learning device. In the same way, we attempted, starting from a sampling, to understand and explain the dynamics and to identify the means of interventions able to make a success of a training in entrepreneurship through a platform of e-learning.

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